Life of an Assistant Professor in the private University of India.

In India, there are four types of Universities: State Universities, Central Universities, Deemed Universities and Private Universities.
State Universities are run by the state government where as Central Universities are run by the central government of India. A candidate can get Job in these Government Universities after completing their eligibility and passing the criteria run by the higher authorities.
Private Universities are recognized by the UGC, but run by the autonomous body. They can frame their own rule for the employers and the employers have to abide by. 

Life of an Assistant Professor in the private University of India:

  • Most often the employer of a private university is asked to do perform any of the task other than teaching.
  • The teachers also have to perform a lot of clerical work on the computer.
  • He has also maintain bundle of registers side by side.
  • The wages can be delayed from one month to 3 months or even more.
  • The teachers have to take care of the students. Same like the students are treated in the schools.
  • Time management is very strict: Teacher can't go late in the class and can't leave the class before the time.
  • It is strictly required to prepare slides of every lecturer and at the same time the slides need to be uploaded on the university portal.
  • The teachers have to maintain the attendance register. Moreover, it is required to submit the attendance of the students to the Dean academy more than 5 times in a single semester.
  • The teachers have to make sets of MCQ of every subject for the students.
  • The teachers have to need to remain active on the social platform all the day and night for receiving any extra duty from the higher authority.
  • The teacher need to teach in 5 lectures in a single day. Each lecture is of around 1 hour. Even some time you have to take more than 5 lecture if any of the teachers in your department remains absent in any day.

Salary of an Assistant Professor in India



How to become a Government Assistant Professor?

Tips to become a Government Assistant Professor 

One can apply for the post of an Assistant Professor in the government colleges or universities. Before applying for the post, one must posses the following required eligibility.

Eligibility for Assistant Professor

The eligibility for Assistant Professor is master degree from a recognized university with minimum 55% marks. However, SC/ST/OBC candidates are required to have 50% marks in the master degree. Besides master degree, the candidate must cleared UGC NET exam. However, candidates are exempted from the UGC NET who has got his PhD degree with the rule and regulations of 2009.

Eligibility is: Master Degree + UGC NET (or PhD).

Measurable tips for becoming Government Assistant Professor

  1. Try to score more marks in the Bachelor and Master degree, because these marks has weightage in the selection process. 
  2. If you are NET qualified, you should complete your PhD degree as soon as possible. Having combination of both NET and PhD make your chances for job double.
  3. Write more and more research papers. Research paper has its own separate score in the selection process.
  4. The candidate should attend conferences and workshops.
  5. Meanwhile, you can join any government institute on the contractual basis. For the every year you embark in the institute, you will get the experience certificate. These experience certificates carry points.



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After complete writing and verifying your manuscript (research paper), the next step is to submit it to the Journal. 
Figure 1: One of my Research Papers.
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Your Research Work should be original

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No Plagiarism in your research paper

Please note that Publishers uses high standard softwares to check for similarities between the submitted and already published material to minimise any chances of plagiarism.

Further, all manuscript are processed with the understanding that all authors and co-authors have reviewed and accordingly approved the manuscript before final submission to avoid any conflicts of interest later.
The recommended number of references as per norm (https://clarivate.com/essays/impact-factor/) for Review Articles is approximately 100 or more and for Research Articles 75 or more. Articles which are well referenced (100 or more references) may have high chances of acceptance by referees and they are likely to attract a greater number of citations.


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